Phonics & Reading
Reading is important for so many reasons. Here are some of the reasons we think you should read every day:
- It's fun
- You can learn new information
- You can escape to an imaginary world
- You can learn new words
- It helps you sleep
- It helps you with all your learning in every subject
- You can read signs and information all around you
- It helps with your writing skills
Read about the Phonics and Reading Schemes at Rosebank below
All children will bring home at least one reading book each day and a reading record. We ask all parents to support their children in completing their reading record at least 3 times a week.
Rosebank uses Oxford Reading Tree to ensure that children are reading books that are suited to their needs and support progress.
Phonics is taught in discrete lessons in Foundation Stage and Key Stage One using Letters and Sounds. Children in Key Stage 2 may receive Rapid Phonics as an intervention. Please look in the policies section of our website for more detailed information.
Below is a video which shows the correct pronunciation of Phonics Sound
All children have access to our school library every week and can take books home to enjoy either on their own or as a family.
Children are rewarded for reading at home and at school. Recently, a large group of children from Key Stage 1 and 2 went on a trip to Ice Scoop Gelato as a reward for completing the Summer Reading Challenge! We now have our Book Bingo challenge! Look on the Pupils' page of the website to find out more!
Authors for all Year Groups
We try to encourage all our children to read widely and often. Click on the documents below to see which authors are covered in each year group: